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Residents of Primorye were banned from going to the forest due to coronavirus

Residents of Primorye were banned from going to the forest due to coronavirus
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Due to the strengthening of quarantine measures to counter the coronavirus epidemic and the fire hazard season, residents of Primorye were banned from visiting forests. Going into the forest is now considered a violation of the necessary security measures.

Since the beginning of the year, three forest fires in an area of ​​129 hectares have been recorded in the region. They are all extinguished. Since March 15, a fire hazard season has been opened in Primorye.

According to the press service of the regional government, the Governor of Primorye, Oleg Kozhemyako, instructed to allocate money from the regional reserve fund for the purchase of backpack fire extinguishers and blowers in low-budget areas. This inventory should be bought within a week.

Now introduced in Primorye mode self isolation. Total confirmed in the region four cases of coronavirus, at one resident tests were sent for recheck to Novosibirsk. One more patient with coronavirus dischargewhether.

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